Vodooooooo, 19 Dec 2016Definitely not for smart phones.seriously? are you living in a cave or something?
I'm so sorry. I really love when nokia still making a phone with a simple elegant design. Hopefully, this is not the final design :)
Daren9922, 19 Dec 2016HMD runs by Nokia's veterans and its all current employees are former Nokians. Try to do som... moreno no no ... first they must buy the entire Jolla team and bring Jo Harlow back ... then we can talk
No turning back!? Or Nokia is dead! I heard too many sentences like that! But now! Changed game & real iPhone killer is back!
Listen! You can hear one earthquake with 2017 Richter in smart phones world!
Respect for real king (in smart phones world) & open way ...
Resurrection, Lazarus's Smart kind of Nokia
If its affordable, i will buy it like any other brand.
Won't buy it for the brand. Because its just NOKIA in words..
Elsewhere gsmarena says the announcement of the S8 will not happen at the MWC but be postponed 2 months and happen in NewYork and not Germany. But of course - it doesn't want to run the risk of competing with new Nokias on the other side of the aisle.
C1 with 16MPix and 12Mpix camera? Boooring... unless those cameras have 1.7micron pixels and F/1.6lens. Huawei tops C1 specs already today with Mate 9 and 20Mpix + 12Mpix dual camera. And even then, 20Mpix is still too low for any cropping or digital zooming. So that means in real life you have to stand next to your subject which is not possible in many cases. Only camera that allowed some sort of zooming was nokia 808, lumia 1020. Those phones are now many years old. I own both, and when it commes to zooming in good light, they are still best deal on zoom capablities vs. Thickness / form factor of device. Sure, 6p and pixel with their HDR+ kills them in dynamic range. But hey, Nokia 808 is 5 to six years old and with F/2.4 aperature. I still have it in my pocket when I want to make noise free, not oversharpened photo, with zoom. Next to my S7 edge. Only device that I own and can beat it is Sony a6000, with 1.8 50mm lens with APS-C sensor.
Anonymous, 19 Dec 2016Lol.. You must be living under rocks to talk about reliability of Android in 2017! What was th... moreUsed the OnePlus 2 since it was released, until 2 months ago when I switched to the 950XL. Now, after the anniversary update, Windows just feels much better and of higher quality than Android felt.
Plus there's no Google tracking you, there are no ads in Youtube apps (apps which can play under the lock screen and while using other apps), infinitely better security, the live tiles are actually useful and allow for awesome looking start screens - much more advanced than what you can get on Android, fonts look better, basic apps (messages, contacts, calendar, email, calculator, files, etc.) are superior, multitasking is remarkable, no sync problems, Cortana is better, OneDrive and the MS Office suite is superior to anything else, and the list goes on.
You need to try it yourself in order to see these advantages. Now I can't even look at an interface which uses static, useless, and boring icons.